Politics and the fragmented media

Joel Simon argues that the news media's failure to inform voters results not so much from its own performance as from a proliferation of social media that drowns it out: "What if technology suddenly allowed 50 different lawyers to present competing narratives to the jury? And what if evidence requirements were eliminated, such that some of the lawyers presented their arguments based on traditional evidentiary standards, while others felt liberated to make things up?"

November 15, 2016

Drexel University Online

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